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Description

A text editor written in Android using native components in the content tree. Integrate easily to work with web based WYSIWYG's, http://irshulx.github.io/Android-WYSIWYG-Editor.

Features:

* Renderer or Editor: You can use it as a Renderer to Render the content or use it as an Editor to create content.

* No Webviews used to render the content. It uses Native EditText, ImageView and as such to render the contents.

* HTML Parser: Render your HTML Code into the editor and vice versa.

* Integration with web based WYSIWYG's: HTMLParser helps the Editor to work seemlessly with the WYSIWYG editor on your web platform.

The editor is built, so that every part of the design have been exposed and is available for customization. You can define, how the editor should look like, and what are the controls, that should be available (the controls toolbar layout can also be created by yourself, just call the API methods on the click event).

 Free in Google Play

Screenshots

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Version History

Launched Aug 21, 2018 (7 months ago).

Releasing new versions every about 1 month, on average.

Jan 01
2019
(Current)
Version 3.0.3

* Supports macro's
* Better editor cursor navigation
* blockquote support

Dec 19
2018
Version 3.0.0

* Supports macro's
* Better editor cursor navigation

Aug 31
2018
Version 2.0.6

* Colored texts are now supported, u can globally set the colour as editor.setEditorTextColor("#FF3333"); or dynamically switch the color of the active line as editor.updateTextColor("#FF3333");

* Decide whether to autofocus on start

* Formatting of list items now supported (eg: i,b,h1,h2,h3...)

Aug 25
2018
Version 2.0.5

* Colored texts are now supported, u can globally set the colour as editor.setEditorTextColor("#FF3333"); or dynamically switch the color of the active line as editor.updateTextColor("#FF3333");

* Decide whether to autofocus on start

* Formatting of list items now supported (eg: i,b,h1,h2,h3...)

Aug 21
2018
Version 2.0.4

*Decide whether to autofocus on start

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